450W Supplies Go Medical Or Industrial

Suitable for medical and industrial applications, TRACO POWER’s TPP 450A series 450W power supplies an open-frame packages measuring 3 in. x 5 in. achieve 91% to 94% efficiency. They provide full-load operation from -40°C to +50°C with airflow and a conduction cooled rating up to 320W at +50°C.


The TPP 450A series consists of six single-output models of ranging from 12 Vdc to 53 Vdc. Standard features include aux output of 5V/2A and 12V/0.5A, Remote Sense, Power Good, and Remote On/Off. High grade components with an efficient design enable an extended operation temperature range of -40°C to +85°C while providing reliability of >400,000 hours (MIL-HDBK-217F) and further supported with an ISO 14971 Risk Management file and acceptance criteria according to IPC-A-610 Level 3.

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All supplies have double reinforced insulation, 4kVAC I/O isolation, 2.5kVAC output to field ground and <100uA Leakage Current. The series has medical IEC/EN/ES 60601-1 3rd edition approval for 2xMOPP / BF rated applications, EMC compliance to IEC/EN/ES 60601-1-2 4th edition and meets EN 55032 level B for conducted emissions as well as UL 62368-1 for Industrial/ITE applications, CB Report (IEC 60601-1) and CE Mark (LVD).


For deeper insights, peruse the TPP 450A Series datasheet.

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